Spiderwoman: Origen

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  • Title: Spiderwoman: Origen
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis Joshua Luna Jonathan Luna
  • ISBN: 9788498853391
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Contiene Spider Woman Origen 1 5 USA.Descubre el sorprendente origen secreto de Jessica Drew, uno de los personajes m s destacados del moderno Universo Marvel Brian Michael Bendis, el responsable de todas las historias modernas de la Mujer Ara a, se al a con Brian Reed Ms Marvel para narrar el viaje personal de Jessica desde el experimento de Hydra que la transform eContiene Spider Woman Origen 1 5 USA.Descubre el sorprendente origen secreto de Jessica Drew, uno de los personajes m s destacados del moderno Universo Marvel Brian Michael Bendis, el responsable de todas las historias modernas de la Mujer Ara a, se al a con Brian Reed Ms Marvel para narrar el viaje personal de Jessica desde el experimento de Hydra que la transform en una superhumana El pr logo perfecto a la nueva colecci n de Spiderwoman, de inminente aparici n.

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    About “Brian Michael Bendis Joshua Luna Jonathan Luna”

    1. Brian Michael Bendis Joshua Luna Jonathan Luna

      A comic book writer and erstwhile artist He has won critical acclaim including five Eisner Awards and is one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics For over eight years Bendis s books have consistently sat in the top five best sellers on the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts.Though he started as a writer and artist of independent noir fiction series, he shot to stardom as a writer of Marvel Comics superhero books, particularly Ultimate Spider Man.Bendis first entered the comic world with the Jinx line of crime comics in 1995 This line has spawned the graphic novels Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, Torso with Marc Andreyko , and Total Sell Out Bendis is writing the film version of Jinx for Universal Pictures with Oscar winner Charlize Theron attached to star and produce.Bendis s other projects include the Harvey, Eisner, and Eagle Award nominated Powers with Michael Avon Oeming originally from Image Comics, now published by Marvel s new creator owned imprint Icon Comics, and the Hollywood tell all Fortune and Glory from Oni Press, both of which received an A from Entertainment Weekly.Bendis is one of the premiere architects of Marvel s Ultimate line comics specifically created for the new generation of comic readers He has written every issue of Ultimate Spider Man since its best selling launch, and has also written for Ultimate Fantastic Four and Ultimate X Men, as well as every issue of Ultimate Marvel Team Up, Ultimate Origin and Ultimate Six.Brian is currently helming a renaissance for Marvel s AVENGERS franchise by writing both New Avengers and Mighty Avengers along with the successful event projects House Of M, Secret War, and this summer s Secret Invasion.He has also previously done work on Daredevil, Alias, and The Pulse.

    594 thoughts on “Spiderwoman: Origen”

    1. This "reboot" origin miniseries by Bendis retells the story of Spider Woman, mostly sticking to original Marvel canon but adding some more details about her parents. It has clean artwork and very nice coloring, with an almost vintage four-color comic book feel but a modern palette. This is the original Marvel Universe, with the original not-Samuel Jackson Nick Fury in charge of S.H.I.E.L.D. And unlike the Black Widow volumes I just finished, Spider Woman carries her own story without any guest a [...]


    2. I've loved what I've seen of Jess in Captain Marvel, but this is a long way from that cheerful character. This is Jessica's dark past, her birth and her training as a member of Hydra. We see a couple of flashes of her later humour -- when told her costume doesn't count as a uniform, she retorts that she'll just go and break that to Captain America -- but mostly this feels a bit flat, despite the emotional content. It just goes too fast: one minute she's a seven year old in an adult body, the nex [...]



    3. Okay, so the artwork is kind ofterrible. In spots. The rest is just okay. But in a world where most superheroes are men who wear their underwear on the outside of theirit? costume? Whatever's nice to have a female character who is more than just cat ears, a thong, and bad puns. It's even better to have a woman whose back story is tragic and compelling and complex. She's flawed, but understandably so. I rooted for her to kick some ass, and she did not disappoint.





    4. Spider-Woman Origin written by Brian Michael Bendis and Brian Reed and illustrated by the Luna brothers attempts to summarise Spider-Woman's origin story. It doesn't do a stellar job, though I suspect this is at least partly due to being limited to five issues. I also read Spider-Woman Saga which is a short (10 page) one-shot summarising Spider-Woman Origin and bridging the gap between it and Spider-Woman Agent of SWORD. This review contains spoilers as I intend to discuss some problematic eleme [...]


    5. A friend told me to check out Spider-Woman, I had no idea who Jessica Drew was until I read Secret Invasion and had a look on ! She sounded awesome, and it is always good to find new female heroes to delve into. When I got my Marvel Unlimited subscription this is one of the first books I checked out.So, as a character I love Jessica Drew. I've seen bits of her since in Captain Marvel stuff and she's a lot more light hearted there. This is a pretty dark and tragic origin story that has her being [...]


    6. I preface this by saying this is not a comic character that I have ever followed and know very little about. That being said it was an OK story and the artwork was OK. I agree with Anne too that the brownish tones were a little too dark and maybe the artist chose that coloring because of the dreariness of the situation but I need vibrancy. Anyway I liked the ending and would read more about Jessica Drew.


    7. A great story about Jessica's dark past. I loved how the Luna Brothers art made it feel like it wasn't a supreme comic, but something else. I was amazed by how much character development Bendis was able to fit into such a small Ammon of narrative space. It made me want to read more stories feature Spider Woman.


    8. Wow what a great origin story. Bendis writes a touching family story that is executed beautifully. The art is early computer work from mid 2000's and its works well and keeps the story on pace. Agents carter and woo cameos ( very small) are cool but when she crashes that plane with Jared, wow. I've always liked Jessica drew as a character more so than Peter Parker, this just solidifies my view.


    9. Good origin story for a character I'd always wanted to know more about. Not a huge fan of the artwork; it wasn't bad, just not my favorite.I also liked the inclusion of Taskmaster and Whiplash, two of my favorite Marvel villains.




    10. The Luna Brothers are at it again. And when I say 'it' I mean sub-par illustrations. The characters are not only indistinguishable within the comic, but indistinguishable compared to other Luna Brothers creations. It was an honest to god distraction while reading this book. The story itself, however, was intriguing. I have always enjoyed Spider-Woman so I enjoyed getting to know her backstory more fully. Some of the characters seemed a little under-developed and there were a handful of story ele [...]


    11. Decent origin for the Spider-Woman character. I am presently learning to appreciate Jessica Drew who always appear on the background of some Marvel comic event titles. Though I am not that interested with her since too many spider related characters in the Marvel universe can wear you down, I came to like her story that somehow stayed away from the origin story of other arachnid based heroes.


    12. With the rise of the alt-right, it's really satisfying to see a girl raised by Hydra kick Hydra's ass. Repeatedly.



    13. Great!I love everything the Luna brothers do. Their art is incredible and this is no exception to the rule. Highly recommended!



    14. I really wanted this to be great. I'm from the west coast, and we essentially get no super heroes in the Marvel Universe (as they so succinctly mention in this very comic). but the writing was no good. Just no good at all. I wasnt a huge fan of the art, either, but I didnt see it as a huge impediment to the story (plis its a matter of taste). The first issue set the tone, and it was full of trite themes and tired dialogue. Maybe it was the pacing, because we were being forced into melodramatic s [...]



    15. It was okaybut I've already forgotten the story.So yes this is the modern retelling of Jessica Drew's origins by Brian Michael Bendis and the Luna brothers, and Brian Reed. How does it read? World: Normally I don't mind the Luna brother's art, it's off and creepy and in their weird and creepy books it's kinda nice. Here, not so much, the frames are static and bland where it should be fluid and kinetic. The world building here is basic comic book superhero origin stuff. Nothing of note here that [...]


    16. Eager for the upcoming and long-promised new Spider-Woman series by Bendis and Alex Maleev – the phenomenal and award-winning team behind Daredevil earlier this decade – I revisited this mini-series that Bendis penned just as he had taken the helm of re-launching The Avengers. In essence, it reads as a prologue to Jessica Drew’s mysterious background; as Bendis creates a shadowy and deceptive childhood that leaves us, the readers, guessing as to the real truth behind her parents’ scienti [...]


    17. J'ai acheté les 5 numéros (rassemblés sous 1 gros volume pour cette édition) séparément mais je me permets d'utiliser cette édition pour mon commentaire .Le graphisme est - pardonnez mon langage mais il faut bien le dire - à chier. Cependant, j'ai été tellement captivée que j'en avais plus rien à faire après 5 ou 6 pages. On apprend comment Jessica Drew est devenue Spider-Woman, même si au final, il y a assez peu de moments centrés sur ses traits de caractère.Il y aussi pas mal d [...]


    18. The re-read of this graphic novel reinforces what a missed opportunity this collection is.Spider-Woman: Origin retells the history of Jessica Drew, a one time member of a terrorist group and a one time agent of SHIELD. It starts with her in the womb and ends with her deciding to be an independent costumed hero full time. Thirty years of history compressed into 100 pages does not make for a page turner. The second most familiar origin story in comics, the Batman history, at least starts with him [...]


    19. As origin stories go, this one was pretty boring. Everything that was shown could have pretty much been summed up in a paragraph of dialogue. It felt more like the outline of an origin story than the actual story itself. There was lots of "six months later", "one year later", two years later". Don't tell me that it's been a year, show me what happened during that year! I was interested to know what Jessica was up to while she was hiding out from Hydra and Shield for years at a time. Not to menti [...]


    20. I had some idea about the origins of Spider-Woman from reading New Avengers, but not a whole heck of a lot. She just sort of appeared out of nowhere, and they talked a bit about her past, but I hadn't read any of her origins anywhere else, so this was an interesting read for me. It had the espionage element that you would expect, and features her origins on Wundagore mountain (now that, I did know about). It was kind of interesting how it took the Wundagore High Evolutionary stuff and turned it [...]


    21. Collects Spider-Woman: Origin issues #1-5This was an engaging origin story for a character that I've always liked. While I've always liked her, this made me realize that I don't know that much about her. For example, I'm still not positive what her power-set is, and I'm pretty sure the key power she displayed in this collection is barely used in battle these days (her electrical power).I liked the connections to HYDRA and S.H.I.E.L.D and I'd love to see this early storyline continued. The artwor [...]


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